SCT Nordic | leitmotif in physical frames

Udgivet 26. Jan. 2012 i News
SCT Nordic | leitmotif in physical frames

In SCT Nordics’ offices in an old warehouse on Holmen, the architect and artist Mathias Juel Christensen has created a picture-series that pulls the room together visually and clearly signals that this is an internationally-oriented company. The photographic motifs are transferred to special acoustics- regulating panels. Altogether a unique solution that both generates identity in […]

Eksport Kredit Fonden | Art enchances communication

Udgivet 26. Jan. 2012 i News
Eksport Kredit Fonden | Art enchances communication

Eksport Kredit Fonden’s collection represents a selection of the most exceptional and innovative Danish contemporary art. Works are chosen according to the criteria that Art should both reflect EKFs identity and the world EKF operates in – a globally-oriented company that supports initiatives in countries with different cultures and lifestyles. IN SITU develops EKF’s collection […]

TV 2 | New stories in the mediahouse

Udgivet 26. Jan. 2012 i News
TV 2 | New stories in the mediahouse

In 2007, TV 2 centred their activities in Copenhagen in a new building at Teglholmen. IN SITU’s concept for its decoration gathers the buildings’ many functions together and sharpens TV 2’s image as one of the country’s leading media houses. The sketch material reveals a series of works that create a unique identity and a […]

Københavns Kommune | Art in the city space

Udgivet 26. Jan. 2012 i News
Københavns Kommune | Art in the city space

IN SITU is part of a project group that works towards making the Copenhagen pedestrian tunnels a living space with changing sound and light art. The project aims to increase confidence and security in the walkway tunnels as well as to generate exciting activities in the city space.

Universitets- og Bygningsstyrelsen | Communication of campus plans

Udgivet 26. Jan. 2012 i News

In collaboration with UBST (University and building administration), IN SITU has developed communication material related to UBST’s overall plans for the artistic decoration of four Copenhagen University campus areas. Plans for the first project, Campus Holmen, went public in mid-2008.